Superb hotel - unusual for part of large group to have such an interesting an unusual hotel - formed from conversion of 20 or 30 canal houses near centre of amsterdam. Each room different, ours had exposed beams and a very slightly sloping floor - its really old having been built in 16 something or other. Very comfortable bed and well appointed room and bathroom. Food in restaurant was good, currently re doing their main restaurant which from pictures looks as though it will be superb. Nice old fashioned bar which is frequented by locals as well as guests - always a good sign. Staff genuinely freindly - not just the "enjoy" culture - and very good as well. The chap who is in charge of breakfasts is brilliant - worth paying fro breakfast just to see him in action - almost a floor show teh way he works the room. Its a briliant location very central yet not close to that ghastly main street down from central station. Very close to Ann Frank house which is useful as queues are huge and start early as almost all other museums closed in amsterdam at the moment. Some good bars and restaurants in immediate vicinity. Yes its expensive in absolute terms but it is worth it as its such an intersesting hotel.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Charming downtown hotel comprising 24 restored 17th- & 18th-century canal houses. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Hotel Pulitzer a Luxury Collection
- Pulitzer Hotel Amsterdam